April 12, 2004

Celebration of Puppetry at San Leandro Library April 17

Celebration of Puppetry
Saturday, April 17, 2004
San Leandro Main Library
300 Estudillo Avenue

Noon - 4pm
Ongoing exhibit of forms of puppetry
Estudillo/Karp Room

Noon - 4pm
Puppet Petting Zoo
Geared for ages 2 - 7
Estudillo/Karp Room

Noon - 3pm
Television Puppet Workshop
Learn how to work a puppet on camera. Puppets and cameras will be supplied. Twenty-minute sessions begin at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Mary Brown Room

Noon
Kids Theater and Puppetry
Fourth and fifth-graders will perform an interactive puppet show.
Estudillo/Karp Room

Noon
"Make It and Take It" Free Workshop
Kids can learn how to make a simple mouse puppet. Supplies provided.
Classrooms B & C

1pm
Rapunzel puppet show by Tim Giugni of Il Teatro Calamari
Lecture Hall Theater

2pm
Free Preschooler's Workshop
Preschoolers will learn how to make a butterfly puppet. Adult must accompany the child. Materials provided.
Classrooms B & C

2pm
Free Grade School Student Workshop
Children will make a dragon puppet. Children under 8 must bring an adult.
Classrooms B & C

2pm - 4pm
Advanced Class for Kids 8+
$6 fee for materials and pre-registration (at Children's Desk of Main Library) required.
Learn to build a scarf marionette and perform with it. Limited to 25 kids.
Trustees Room

3pm
Free Workshop for Teachers, Librarians, Day Care Providers, Camp Counselors, Scout Leaders, etc.
Learn how to perform fun and easy puppet shows like "The Three Bears"
Classrooms B & C

4pm
Animal Folktakes of the Americas performed by Michael and Valerie Nelson of Magical Moonshine Puppet Theater
$3 per ticket. For all ages. Featuring large puppets, original songs, and musical accompaniment.
Lecture Hall Theater

7pm
Upset Boulevard performed by Lewis Mahlmann of the Lilliputian Players.
Oddities performed by Tim Giugni of Il Teatro Calamari
Content of these shows is for 16 years and older.
These are NOT children's puppet shows.
$5 per ticket
Estudillo/Karp Room

Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at April 12, 2004 11:35 PM
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